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in self-defense. according to the prosecution, jodi arias is a skillful liar who used a pistol that she'd stolen from her grandparents' home to murder travis alexander. if the jury find her guilty of first-degree murder, she could face the death penalty. nbc's diana alviar is at the courthouse. diana, you have been following this trial from the beginning. it's been 17 weeks. how would you describe the case as it stands today? >> reporter: hi, martin. well, i can tell you for one thing it is definitely verdict day. there are news choppers dotting the sky. they're camped out right in front of the courthouse, spectators, family members and lots of members of the media. everybody waiting for this verdict. it's been four months. a very salacious trial. details that, you know, the kinds of things you'll never forget hearing in that kind of a courtroom. a very long time for everybody involved. everybody's just ready to hear that verdict. now there's just one charge against jodi arias. today we're going to find out what her fate is. and that jury, i was watching them throughout that trial. they
of the maricopa county courthouse in phoenix, arizona. jurors have reached a verdict in the jodi arias murder case. we expect that verdict to be read at 4:30 p.m. eastern, 1:30 pacific. you will see it live right here on cnn. we already know that jodi arias killed her on again/off again boyfriend travis alexander back in 2008. that is not in dispute. what we're waiting to hear a half hour from here is what the jury will or will not convict her on. jurors began weighing the case against arias on friday. on the table are charges of first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and manslaughter. if convicted of first-degree murder arias could get the death penalty but she could also get life in prison without parole or life in prison with the eligibility of parole after 25 years. of course, she could also be found not guilty. prosecutors painted arias as a serial liar and scorned ex-lover who killed travis alexander in a jealous rage. while the defense portrayed alexander as an abusive, controlling, sexual deviant who pushed arias to the edge. arias says she killed her ex in self-defense. that is her st
revealing details of sex, stalking and secrets. now, five years after jodi arias killed her boyfriend, after four months of riveting testimony, we have a verdict. guilty of first-degree murder. tonight, watch the testimony, weigh the evidence yourself and you decide whether you agree or disagree with the jury's decision and whether jodi deserves the death penalty. we want to warn you, it is graphic. and the images and the language may be too explicit for young viewers. >>> a sordid story of sex, lies -- >> i'm not guilty -- >> and audio tapes. the trial of jodi anne arias has finally come to a dramatic end. >> state of arizona versus jodi anne arias, verdict, count one. we, the jury, find the defendant as to count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> it was a trial that transfixed the nation. >> this is a case, this is a story, this is a criminal defendant unlike any other we've ever met before. jodi arias, beautiful, young woman, accused of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, a young guy, seemingly had this great, sexual relationship. but then she stabs him 29 times, almo
, stalking, and secrets. now five years after jodi arias killed her boyfriend, after months of riveting testimony, her freedom is in the jury's hands and maybe her life. tonight, you be the jury. watch the testimony and weigh the evidence yourself. we want to warn you, it is graphic, both the images and the language, and may be too explicit for younger viewers. reporting for us tonight, "ac 360's" randi kaye. >> a sordid story of sex, lies -- >> i'm not guilty. >> and audiotapes. >> certainly the best times are when we just go for a freaking romp session. >> transfixing the nation as the trial of jodi arias draws to a dramatic close. >> this is a case, this is a story, this is a criminal defendant unlike any other we've ever met before. jodi ar yarks beautifedi arias, woman-a cuesed of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, a young guy. they seemingly had this great sexual relationship. but then she stabbed him 29 times, almost decapitates him, shoots him in the head. >> reporter: this tale of passion gone wrong has already cost travis alexander his life. but will it cos
, find the defendant as to count one first-degree murder guilty. [ cheers ] >> jodi arias who brutally murdered her lover could face death herself. >> did he ever think she would do what she did? who would think that? >> it was a steamy story of sex. >> we had sex. >> lies. >> she was able to tell the lie. she believes the lie. >> and murder. >> he attacked me and i defended myself. >> tonight tonight, after one of the most sensational and bizarre trials ever, the stories you haven't heard from her friends. >> you see any cuts on her? >> tiny, little cuts. >> and his. >> he was very afraid of her. every time he tried to break things off with jodi she would threaten to kill herself. >> inside the jodi arias' trial. >> this isn't a ride at disneyland. this is somebody wo was tragically murdered. >> i'm lester holt, and this is ""dateline."" here's josh mankiewicz. >> mr. alexander was stabbed. it would be you that did it, correct? >> yes. >> the jodi arias trial never played as a murder mystery. jodi, after all, had admitted to 12 jurors in open court and a few million viewers on tv that
degree murder, jodi arias speaks. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. >> an interview with the local fox station, she sends a message to the family of the man she murdered. >> i hope that now that a verdict has been rendered that they're able to find peace. >> four months on trial, tonight, jodi arias is on suicide watch. should she be sentenced to death? home at last, more than a decade of torture, three young women are efrooed. and tonight, chilling video of the man suspected of locking them inside that house of horrors. >>> good evening, thanks for joining us. after four months of shocking evidence, tearful accounts of self-defense and stomach-turning details of a grizzly killing, the jodi arias case neared its end today when an arizona jury found arias guilty of murder in the first degree, but it's not over yet. in the wake of this highly anticipated verdict, the same jury now holds her life in their hands. here's abc's ryan owens. >> the state of arizona versus jodi anne arias, verdict, count one. >> they were the words the family has been waiting to hear. >> as t
of sex, lies and video tapes. >> transfixing the nation as the trial of jodi arias draws to a dramatic close. >> this is a case. this is a story, this is a criminal defendant unlike any other we've ever met before. >> jodi arias, accused of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. a young guy. they seem to have this great sexual relationship. but then she stabs him 29 times, decapitates him, shoots him in the head. >> reporter: this tale of passion gob wrong has already cost travis alexander his life. their relationship began innocent enough. >> the company had a big event there. i was there, in las vegas with them. >> travis alexander was a motivational speaker, compelling and effected. he was also a close friend and co-worker of david hughes in the fall of 2006. >> i knew that he was single and he was always looking for ms. alexander. >> enter sales woman and aspiring photographer, jodi arias. >> i introduced them and they were able to develop a relationship pretty quickly from there. >> they met in vegas. the night they met, it seems they heated things up very quickly.
: a verdict is reached in the trial of jodi arias. the woman who admits she did kill her ex-boyfriend, admits she shot him and she remembers that. admits she stabbed him 27 times and slit his throat but can't remember that. who insists she was physically and mentally abused throughout the course of the latter part of their relationship. though she offered no evidence to support that. now the jury will decide whether she's guilty of murder in the first degree, which would carry with it the possibility of a death sentence, murder in the second degree, or manslaughter. either of which -- either of those two decisions would result in a sentencing which would happen at a later date. if the jury decides she's guilty of murder in the first degree, in other words, murder with malice and forethought or planning, then they would begin a sentencing phase right away. the jury would go back and decide whether they want to have a mini-death penalty trial. that would be during the sentencing phase. sentencing does not happen today under any circumstance. but the verdict, we'll know that in less than an hour
after jodi arias killed her boyfriend, after months of riveting testimony, her freedom is in the jury's hands, and maybe her life. tonight, you be the jury. watch the testimony and weigh the evidence yourself. we want to warn you, it is graphic, both the images and the language, and may be too explicit for younger viewers. reporting for us tonight, "ac 360's" randi kaye. >> reporter: a sorted story of sex, lies -- >> i'm not guilty. >> reporter: -- and audio tapes. >> certainly the best times are when we did just go for a freaking romp session. >> reporter: transfixing the nation as the trial of jodi arias draws to a close. >> this is a case, this is a story, this is a criminal defendant unlike any other we've ever met before. jodi arias, beautiful, young woman, accused of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, a young guy. they seemingly had this great sexual relationship, but then she stabs him 29 times, almost decapitates him, shoots him in the head? >> reporter: this tale of passion gone wrong has already cost travis alexander his life, but will it cost jodi arias
heated up very quickly because jodi arias has said within a week or so they're having sex in the car. >> reporter: jodi and travis had an instant physical connection, a whirlwind romance, but a long-distance one, with her in palm desert, california and him five hours away in mesa, arizona. still, that wouldn't slow them down. shanna hogan is the author of "picture perfect," about the jodi arias case. >> from the very beginning travis and jodi were almost in constant communication. they talked every day. they exchanged thousands of e-mails and text messages. >> reporter: jodi was so attracted to travis that she converted to the church of latter day saints because travis was a mormon. >> she started to inquire more about the lds faith and ended up joining the church, which i'm sure that brought their relationship, made it even stronger. >> reporter: to outsiders travis and jodi appeared devout, a pure mormon couple, but appearances, as was often the case with these two, would prove deceiving. >> secretly, behind the scenes, travis and jodi's relationship was not pure. it wasn't chaste.
, first degree murder, guilty. >> jodi arias who brutally murdered her lover could face death herself. >> did you ever think that she would do what you did? who would think that? >> it was a steamy story of sex. >> we hang out, we have sex. >> lies. >> she believes the lies. >> and murder. >> tonight after one of the most sensational and bizarre trials ever, stories you haven't heard from her friends. >> you see any cuts on her? >> tiny little cuts. >> and his. >> he was very afraid of her. but every time he tried to break things off with jodi she would threaten to kill herself. >> inside the jodi arias trial. >> this isn't a ride at disney land, guys, this is somebody who was tragically murdered. >> i'm lester holt and this is "dateline." here's josh mankiewicz. >> mr. alexander was stabbed. it would be you that did it, correct? >> yes. >> the jodi arias trial never played as a murder mystery. jodi, after all, had admitted to 12 jurors in open court, and a few million viewers on tv, that she was the one who shot, stabbed and then stabbed some more, her former boyfriend and secret sex
. tonight the verdict heard around the world. jodi arias guilty murder one. murdered her ex-boyfriend. now, will she pay for his death with her life? plus, prosecutors are now leveling charges in cleveland as three women held captive begin rebuilding their lives. the victims of the cleveland house of horrors finally returning home. >> our family would request privacy so my sister and i can have time to recover. >> i never gave up. never gave up searching for her. >> shepard: new details of their terrifying ordeal continue to pour in as the suspect's own family members say they are as sickened as everybody else. >> so many people who knew these brothers were fooled. [cheers] >> shepard: tonight, the tearful reunion after a decade in captivity. plus, they say they have direct knowledge of the night four americans died. >> people in benghazi have been fighting all night. they are tired and exhausted. we needed to act now and not wait. >> shepard: but republican and democratic lawmakers say they disagree over whether the testimony is evidence of a white house coverup or simply grandstanding fo
. and a verdict comes down in the jodi arias case. why she has been put on suicide protocol. we're live, let's go out front. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. we begin with breaking news out front. following two breaking news stories. live tonight. in phoenix, hearing from jodi arias for the first time since she was found guilty of first degree murder late today. just minutes after the verdict was read she spoke to ksaz about what she hopes for when she's sentenced. >> the best outcome for me would be death not life in prison. >>> new information is coming as a cleveland police source tells cnn that authorities have a slam dunk case against ariel castro. poppy harlow is out front. i know you're getting new information at this moment about the child that authorities say is the child of amanda berry. >> when the girls were interviewed, when the three girls were interviewed. they told investigators who amanda berry had the baby in the house of ariel castro, and the baby was delivered by one of the other captive girls, by michelle knight. amanda berry had the baby in the house. and it was
"outfront" starts right now. >>> two breaking stories, a verdict announced at the jodi arias trial. we'll tell what you happened in the courtroom today and what she's facing tomorrow. >>> plus, two of the women held captive for ten years in ohio return home today. new late-breaking details on how the suspect allegedly kept them chained literally and figuratively and how they ultimately escaped. and police have just released dispatch reportings from the moment the police entered the home where the women were held. we're going to let you hear exactly what happened. let's go "outfront." >> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. we're following two breaking stories. a slam dunk case. that's what the police source close to the cleveland missing women investigation tells cnn about the evidence against 52-year-old aerial castro who kept three women in his home against their will for a decade. castro has been charged with rape, kidnapping. we're going to go to cleveland because we have late-breaking details on how these women were kept in this home and unable to escape. and it is just incre
with us. >> tonight if you think what you heard jodi arias say last night on the record was absolutely shocking, hold on to your seats because wait until you see tonight. we have so much before that is never before seen. >> i would have been very happy to remain silent and go quietly into the night off to prison. my defense team decided to rip the lid off because we were forced to trial. >> more of the jodi arias interview you will only see right here in just a few minutes. but first knew tonight out of ohio. the prosecutor announcing he may seek the death penalty against ariel castro. >> ariel castro, the charge of rape -- kidnapping. kidnapping in the fourth. >> help me i'm amanda berry. >> i have a cop on the phone with a female whose name is amanda berry and she said she'd been kidnapped ten years ago. >> held for more than a decade. >> i've been kidnapped, and i've been missing for ten years. >> this child kidnapper operated a torture chamber and private prison in the heart of our city. >> she's saying that the male ariel castro, 52-year-old hispanic male that lives at 2207 seymou
. >> might be for real. we found them. we found them. >> and in phoenix, sex, lies and murder. jodi arias found guilty. police say she is on suicide watch, and just a little while ago, she gave a dramatic new interview in which she said she would rather get the death penalty than life in prison. listen to what she told the affiliate in phoenix. >> i said years ago i would rather get death than life and that still is true today. >> i'll talk to a friend of jodi arias and friend of a man she killed. >>> and a joyous family reunion. >> there she is. >> we are so happy to have amanda and her daughter home. until this moment for me, i still feel as it is a dream. i still pinch myself. >> police say the victims left the house of horrors only twice in a decade. and watched their parents on tv at vigils for themselves. they say when amanda berry escaped on monday, the other two victims chose not to run away. and that ariel castro, seen here in custody, would test them by pretending to leave, and then beating them if they made a move to escape. they also called a case against ariel castro a slam d
an abrupt recess, what's next for jodi arias? she says she wants the death penalty. will she get it? good morning, everybody, i'm betty nguyen. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." now, here is what is happening today. first, to front page politics. the white house says republicans are playing politics as new details surface in the benghazi attacks. at issue, the disclosure of e-mails related to the attacks on the u.s. compound in libya that killed four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. nbc news has confirmed that the white house, with input from state department officials, had edited talking points about the benghazi attacks 12 times in the hours following the incident. white house spokesman jay carney disputes claims the e-mails suggest the white house was more involved in the crafting of talking points about the attacks than about what actually happened. >> republicans have chosen, in the latest iteration of their efforts to politicize this. to provide, you know, leak this information to reporters, information that we provided months ago, to republican lawmakers from the
you for being with us. greta is mechanics to go on the record. her interview with jodi arias straight ahead. >> this is a fox news alert. and you are just about to hear from convicted killer jodi arias. today an arizona jury finding arias guilty of first-degree murder, and tonight arias is in a fight for her own life. she could now face execution. you will hear from arias right here in seconds, but first the verdict. >> we, the jury, duly empanelled and sworn in the above entitled action upon our oath do find the defendant as to count 1, first-degree murder, guilty. >> so what is jodi arias's reaction to the guilty verdict? anchor troy hayden asked her and he joins us. first of all, how did you get the interview? >> i worked her pretty hard over the last four months. i met her in mid-january and we talked at length in that point. kind of made a connection. she said if i did certain things her way and at any time show her on video that night, and she said if you don't do that when the verdict comes in you can get the interview. i don't know if i would believe her or not but she came th
>> you are just about to hear from jodi arias. tonight, she is in a fight for her life. she faces execution. you will hear from her right here in seconds. but first, the verdict. >> we the jury, duly empanelled and sworn in the above-intieltioned action, do find the defendant as to count 1, first-degree murder, guilty. >> what is jodi arias's reaction to the guilty verdict? ksaz anchor destroyed hayden asked her. first of all, how did you get this interview with jodi arias? >> reporter: i worked it pretty hard, greta, over the last four months. i met her in mid-january. we talked at length at that point and made a connection, as far as the journalist can do that. she said if i did certain things her way and didn't show her on video that night. i said i wouldn't do that. she said, if you don't do that, you can get the interview. i didn't know if i could believe her or not, but she came through. >> what about her lawyers? did they try to run interference? >> reporter: not a word about it. we plowed through t. 20 minutes after the verdict, we were in holding cells below the courthous
does jodi arias get life or death or walk. the jury is set to announce the verdict after deliberating more than 16 hours. a case that triggered international attention as storied as sordid. the story of a ways waitress and photographer charged with stabbing her boyfriend, shooting him and nearly decapitating him. the images were gruesome, the testimony more so. in 18 days air yes, sir i can't say was on the -- arias was on the stand just about unprecedented. questions from the jury themself, a stunning give and take. she claimed she killed alexander in self-defense. you know the tv movie is coming. for now, it's the jury verdict we're awaiting. to phoenix, outside the courtroom torques set up what the jurors are considering. hey, dan. >> reporter: you framed it perfectly a sordid tale of sex, lies and a picture of jodi arias at scene next to the bloody body of her ex-boyfriend. a made for tv drama and for 18 days jodi arias was on that stand peppered with questions not only from both attorneys but also from the jurors. unprecedented, unusual, this system of justice in arizona. but aft
, jodi arias was not likeable and by a jury, found despicable. first-degree murder. >> well, moments ago in a courtroom in arizona a verdict came doing for jodi arias after 67 days in court. the verdict is guilty. here is the tape. >> we, the jury in the above entitled action upon our oath find as to count one first-degree murder guilty. a jurors find premeditated, zero find felony murder, 7 find both premeditated and felony. >> all right. dan springer is outside of the courthouse. dan, tell us what you know. >> reporter: andrea, just before that verdict was read i can tell you there was a chance outside the courthouse justice for travis, they were chanting it over and over again. a big crowd of over 300 people and then as that verdict was read, they erupted in cheers. this was definitely a crowd that was against jodi arias. she did not many fans here in phoenix over the course of the last four years. i can tell you that inside the courthouse, the courtroom, travis' family was there and they could be seen smiling and cheering and hugging each other and crying tears of joy, frankly he had
bond. heather: watching jodi arias as well. thank you. good to be here. bill: "happening now" starts right now. jon: and we begin with brand new stories and breaking news. jenna: a jury finds jodi arias guilty of first-degree murder in the grisly death of her lover. now they will decide if she gets life in prison or the death penalty. what we're also hearing from jodi arias herself. you don't want to miss that. >>> the ohio man accused of holding three women captive for a decade making his first court appearance as we learn new horrifying details what these women say they went through over the last decade. >>> and it is as much a part of the miss america pageant as the roses and the crown but miss america will be waving good-bye to this tradition. we'll tell you about it. it's all "happening now." jenna: some new reaction today to a riveting account of the benghazi terror attack. hello, everybody, glad you're with us i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. whistle-blowers giving explosive testimony on capitol hill raising new questions about the september 11th attack that killed four amer
news this hour, the jury has reached a verdict in the jodi arias trial out of phoenix, arizona. we are expecting that verdict to be read at about two hours from now. 1:30 p.m. pacific time. local time. two hours from now, the jury has reached a verdict in the jodi arias trial. let me go to diana alvear, she has been covering this story for us. diana, were you there. >> reporter: yes, as you said, there is a verdict in this case. they will read it at 4:30 eastern, 1:30 pacific. they could go with first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, hung jury or she could be acquitted. >> this jury consists of eight men and four women and they've heard testimony from jodi arias personally in great detail. she describes her relationship with her boyfriend at the time as one that was violent. she claims she killed him in self-defense, diana. but this case has captivated so many people following trials in the courts and because of the jury. she stabbed him 22 times. cut his throat. shot him. went to his home to do all this and maintaines it was because she was the victim of do mest
medalist is dead. plus, hours after jodi arias spoke with fox phoenix, her sentencing hearing mysteriously cancelled. >> i'm not really looking forward to what comes next. >> shepard: and the convicted killer says she actually wants to die. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. so i would rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> shepard: plus, her message to the family of the man she murdered. as an accused kidnapper appears in court, we're learning what these young women actually endured during their years in captivity have a secret birth to beatings. to their own missing persons posters displayed on the wall. reports of a suicide note in which the suspect confessed to his crimes. but first from fox this thursday night, the chief prosecutor in the cleveland house of horrors case says he may seek the death penalty against the manual accused of kidnapping those three women and holding each of them prisoner in his home for a decade. the prosecutor says it stems from accusations that aerial castro impregnated one of his victims at least five times. then starved her for we
named jodi arias, hours after her first-degree murder conviction in the grisly death of her boyfriend travis alexander. there will be another round of testimony that will help decide what happened to her, her sentence. we'll have coverage on the verdict and the crucial next steps in a death penalty prosecution. but we're going to begin in cleveland, ohio, where ariel castro was brought in this morning to face four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape. and believe me, those words don't even begin to describe the horrors that this unemployed former school bus driver allegedly inflicted on three young women on a daily basis for between nine and 11 years. castro was preceded in court by his brothers pedro and onil castro, who were taken in with him on monday night, but are not being charged in the brutality that was inflicted on seymour avenue. they did face some outstanding misdemeanor charges, and in unrelated cases that were, believe me, very old cases, but they were dispensed with quickly. ariel castro, on the other hand, barely looked up, and never spoke a word as the judge
thin? we'll investigate that moment. stay tuned. >> jodi arias verdict, we the jewel duly impaneled and sworn in the above entitled action do find the defendant as to count one first-degree murder, guilty. >> megyn: that was about it. in terms of her reaction inside the courtroom. that was the verdict, guilty. first-degree murder and now comes the penalty phase where the jurors will decide in a couple of moments they will begin whether jodi arias potentially deserves to die for killing her ex-boyfriend. as you can imagine, travis alexander's family overcome with emotion with the verdict. the family openly weeping and after the verdict was read, areas went before the tv cameras jigs one. our own fox affiliate in phoenix arizona. >> i said years ago i would rather get death and life and that is still true today. i would rather have my freedom. >> megyn: do we believe it? a little later, we will speak to the reporter that scored that exclusive video with jodi arias and a man we introduced to you, phil houston he spent his entire career working for c.i.a. advising them on terror suspect
cnn. >>> hello everyone. i'm ashley banfield. an hour from now the jury in the jodi arias trial is set to start day two of deliberations in that case. if she is convicted of first degree premeditated murder in the death of her former boyfriend she could get the death penalty. the jurors only had under an hour to deliberate on friday. they have been listening to testimony and arguments since january. they even got to ask their own questions. that's rare in murder cases. here's cnn's ted rollin's. >> why is it you have no memory of stabbing travis. >> reporter: some of the toughest questions for jodi arias and the other witnesses in the murder trial were from the juror. >> why should we believe you now. >> they had more than 200 questions for arias, putting them in the wire basket for the judge to read. >> what is your understanding. >> asking questions helps him and his fellow jurors decide the fate of anthony who was sentenced to death row for killing his wife and step children. >> our questions were basic, down to earth, heart felt questions. we wanted to separate fact from faction. >
, the expert witnesses, the jury will decide what is next for jodi arias. they can decide second or first-degree murder. >>> and then the first nra weekend, the first since pushing for tougher gun laws. more than 70,000 members are expected to attend the gun shows and rallies. and sarah palin kicked things off by criticizing the obama administration for, quote, exploiting victims of gun violence. listen. >> we have these tragedies like aurora and immediately the question raised in washington is well what can we do to limit the freedom of the people? but it's the wrong question. the question better asked is what can we do to nurture and support a people capable of living in freedom? >> other well known names on the schedule are radio personality, glenn beck, and rocker ted nugent. let's go where athena jones is live. what is going on there today? >> reporter: hi, victor. good morning. today is going to be about the nitty gritty, giving nra members marching orders to try to implement some measures of gun control in addition to the nationwide ones. one word for you or three words in some way
waiting for months and months, jodi arias, phoenix, arizona, as we have been watching this trial unfolding, we now know that a verdict has been reached in the jodi arias trial. you know the story. she is accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, stabbing him, bullet to the head, slash across the throat. she had been charged, we're waiting to see what the jury has found. the jury has been deliberating ever since friday afternoon. what are we, now, wednesday? so friday, monday, tuesday, wednesday, we are waiting. this is huge, huge news. we know that we have seen this play out for a number of weeks. the issue here now is whether or not she is convicted of first degree murder because that throws everything into multiple phases after that. because, keep in mind, in arizona, this could be a -- there could be capital -- this could be death penalty. she could face death. if she is convicted of first degree murder, it goes into other phases and we're getting legal experts to help us understand what could happen next for her as we await this verdict to be read inside this courtroom i
stories and you can be sure we will have complete coverage of the jodi arias conviction. but we begin with capitol hill with three hay level state department officials now known as the benghazi whistleblowers testified before the house oversight committee. their message to lawmakers was very powerful and it was emotional. it helped confirm once and for all in the wake of the terrorist attack, the obama administration engaged in a widespread national security coverup and it was all done simply to ensure that president obama was re-elected. since you were probably not able to watch all seven-plus hours of today's hearings, we did it for you. we put together the highlights. let's take a look. >> our goal in this investigation is to get answers because their families deserve answers. >> i'm a career public servant. until the aftermath of benghazi, i loved every day of my job. >> do you believe you were kept out for political reasons? >> do not politicize my job, madam. >> was there any awareness that the events occur because of a youtube video? >> the youtube video was a nonevent in libya
. an arizona jury is returning to court today to decide if jodi arias deserves to die for killing her one-time boyfriend. the same jury that found her guilty of first degree murder yesterday. >> state of arizona versus jodi arias count one. we the jury in the above entitled action find the defendant as to count one first degree murder guilty. >> look at her reaction. jodi arias not showing much emotion. her lip maybe quivered a little bit. she seemed maybe to fight back to tears. we are hearing jodi arias after the verdict as well. >> reporter: that's right. she fave an extra -- she gave an extraordinary interview after the verdict came down. but she did not convince the jury that she stabbed her boyfriend 27 times, shot him in the head and slit his throat from ear to ear out of self-defense and she didn't convince the public either. the crowd erupted in joy. an hour later she sat down with a reporter from the fox station here in phoenix. he asked her if she had a sense of how the public felt about her. >> i can sense there is great division on both sides. but i believe the majority is ag
. >> if jodi arias makes to death row, it will be years before she's executed. >> we're live at the court. will we know jodi arias' fate this week? >> why is it that you have no memory of stabbing travis? after all the lies you have told, why should we believe you now? >> and box office iron. iron man 3 blasts the box office. 175 million strong. you're live in the cnn newsroom. good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you for being with me. we begin in boston where new developments push the bombing story back to the forefront. later today, robel phillipos is due in court, one of the free friendsalaska -- accused of helping dzhokhar tsarnaev. >>> and how donations will be distributed to the bombing victims. the money will probably fall short of compensating them for losses or long term care. >> first of all, never underestimate the charitable impulse of the american people. it's a great deal of money. it will be distributed wisely. but enough? absolutely not. >> in the meantime, the area's raw emotions cast the accused mastermind of the attack in limbo. more than two weeks after tamerlan ts
to get to right away including that surprising interview with jodi arias just moments after she was found guilty. >> she called the death penalty freedom but we turn right to the latest in cleveland, and check out the video footage of that thumbs up from gina dejesus as she came home yesterday. abc's anchor david muir was right there when the story broke and was there for the emotional homecomings. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george and robin. ar yol castro atrained in this crews behind me just a short time ago. his head down, wearing a blue jump suit, held on $8 million bond. the police chief telling me here that his two brothers also in court will not be charged in this case. they do not believe they knew about the women inside that house. all of this coming as those emotional home comings played out here in cleveland. amanda berry and her 6-year-old daughter r waking up with family this morning on the street where neighbors lined the front yards to welcome amanda and her little girl home. the 6-year-old holding a stuffed animal before being carried into the house. >
. first, very soon, jodi arias will be walking into a courtroom for a mini trial to decide whether she lives or dies. we will take you there to phoenix. >>> but first, here in cleveland as we learn more about the horrors that these three young women endured during their nearly ten years of captivity in that house right there. let me fill you in, i walked around the back of this home and talked to a home owner. we couldn't go anywhere near this home. it's actually still considered part of the crime scene, but i sat there with him and looked at the pictures he took. we know these young women were freed on monday, and he said the very next day, we've seen the activity in the front of the house, but it's the first time we've seen the back, fbi agents from head-to-toe with white protective suits with shovels and dogs. we know they've gone around to the back of the house, so i saw these photographs we're working to show you showing a hole, a big hole in the back of the yard. i saw an fbi agent sitting in the hole. appeared to be a foot, two feet deep. one other thing this gentleman pointed o
, kirk nurmi came in. they brought in jodi arias. the jury came in. right away they handed that verdict to the clerk. >> any reaction from juan martinez? did he make eye contact with the family? >> honestly i could not see him. from where i was standing, ted. but, clearly, he is somewhat that supporters of the prosecution have been very happy with his performance, one of the stars of this trial if you will. >> reporter: we just saw one of travis alexander's friends leave the courthouse and that is why you heard the applause there. >> ted, we are over a block away from you. we can hear the eruptions of emotions, the screams. jeffrey toobin and i getting breaking news on our blackberries about some of the breakdowns of the jury vote. if you're just joining us i want to reset what we're covering here in phoenix, arizona outside of the maricopa county superior courthouse. a jury of eight men and four women has just reached its verdict and delivered that verdict in the courtroom, guilty. jodi arias is guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of travis alexander, a brutal, to be sure, a b
>>> plus, jodi arias back in court and closer to learning if she will get life or death as her shocking comments after the guilty verdict have prison officials on high alert. it is may 9th. a special edition of "starting point" leave in cleveland begins point" leave in cleveland begins right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com morninmorning, initial incident obtainp obtained obtained b horrop horrors horrors on behind me. we'we're goinp we're goiwet br but bur but firsp bt ariel castariel castrorari kidnapping three women. . >> why are you covering your face? what do you have to say to those women? how could you do that? what kind of monster does this? >> now, to breaking news. really sickening new details of unspeakable abuse coming to light this morning in a police incident report that was obtained by cnn. it describes a decade of suffering endured by amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight, including the women's accounts of the day they were abducted, what officers encountered when they first arrived at ariel castro's home on monday and how one of the female ca
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the exclusive testimony. >> the jody arias trial has spoken. >> count one first degree murder guilty. >> you heard it arias guilty of first degree murder. in an exclusive fox interview she says she wants to die. >> i said i would rather get life and it's true today. >> let's get right to the fox news alert out of cleveland. >> police finally charging the 52-year-old former school bus driver who kept three young women locked up in the house of horrors. ariel castro three counts of kidnapping three counts of rape. his brothers are not charged. there seems to be no evidence that pedro or onil castro had no part in the krooims. >> that came as a surprise to some folks. two of the three hostages were greeted with loud cheers as they arrived at their homes. (cheers) >> that is gina dejesus in a neon green hooded sweatshirt. check her out giving the crowd a thumbs up. in this mini van amanda berry she told cops she wanted to make a public statement but she later changed her mind. let's go to ainsley answer ai-- earhardt. she has information on how they were imprisoned inside castro's home. >> good
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